Finding Common Frequencies? Finding common police, sheriff, fire and other local government frequencies: (If the ambulance service is owned by the local government, the following will also apply).
Most city governments do not list their local police, sheriff or fire with the FCC under such names. They are typically listed as "City of", "County of", "State of" "Town of", "Township of" or a combination thereof. For example, "Atlanta, City of", "Portland, city of", "Denver, city and county of", "Florida, state of"
Use the Entity Name Lookup and search for the name of the City, County or State (Atlanta, Portland, Denver, Florida and so on) or the word "City", "County" or "State".
If you are unable to find the information using these examples, the Entity Names (All) search will display all entity names registered in that County.
Search Results Hint:
Cross-linked Search Results - On the results page you will notice that several fields are underlined links. Click on any underlined fields in the search results to perform secondary searches. This link will search on the link text and current State.
For Example: You locate the Entity name and want all frequencies for their call sign. By clicking on their call sign a secondary search will be performed and will return all matches to that call sign.
Please note: Our databases are updated weekly from the FCC to ensure you have the most accurate and up-to-date information possible. Naming convections may not be consistent.